Saltburn never plays it safe, and where Fennell takes things is guaranteed to anger a fair share of the viewing public.
I had no idea what to expect when It’s a Wonderful Knife came my way. I certainly did not envisage it becoming an instant, holiday-themed, comfort-film favorite.
“If they are joking after the movie, I don’t want that. I prefer they not talking, not laughing. I prefer the silence. I want them to go home to go to sleep and not be able to. That’s what I prefer.”
– Demián Rugna
As slight and as inconsequential as it may be, The Killer is still quite amusing, even if it does vanish from memory not too long after the story’s events have concluded.
Scorsese looks the audience in the eye, daring us to turn away, knowing that if we do, then we’re not only willing to purposefully not learn from our rancid and racist history but, even more appallingly, we’re ready to forgive it, too.
Terrence Malick’s ethereal, windswept ballad of love, lust, and nature’s wrath remains an otherworldly triumph
Dark Harvest is a gory holiday treat I’m almost certain viewers will enjoy gobbling up just as much as I did.
It’s a shame In the Fire is as instantly forgettable as it is, because its star Amber Heard deserves better.
If anything, the true horror is just how unsatisfactory The Exorcist: Believer ends up proving to be.